Audrey πŸŒ‘

hearth witch.

gmail: realmaryshelley

Favorite films

  • Glen or Glenda
  • The Stepford Wives
  • Freeway II: Confessions of a Trickbaby
  • Secretary

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  • Misbehaviour

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  • Domino

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  • Frankenstein General Hospital

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  • Desperately Seeking Susan

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  • The Stepford Wives

    The Stepford Wives

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    i sense something is wrong with my friend. if i am unable to tell whether or not she innately a different person well at that point what is she? we can’t say she didn’t warn us. i catch a glimpse of her the mirror as my white floral dress clutches her frame, the outline of my cross your heart bra visible through the thin airy fabric as i work. the outfit holds me in place, narrow legs encased in sheer…

  • Top Gun: Maverick

    Top Gun: Maverick

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    a good episode of Learning the Sight with Hot Magick User Tom Cruise. kinda weird to make everyone in the theater recite the pledge of allegiance before the movie.

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  • Dave Chappelle: The Closer

    Dave Chappelle: The Closer

    if your stance on my existence is "I don't see you as a real woman but let your freak flag fly!" then please, for the love of god, save it. you can fucking hatecrime me and spare me your condescension. just call me a slur. idgaf.

    yeah, I know. this is another dave chappelle review.

    the internet grants us all the privilege of more or less being taken at face value. I can use whatever username I want and refer…

  • The Love Witch

    The Love Witch

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    Yeah, okay, Anna Biller.

    I'll stand by the opinion that this is mostly interesting because of its ability to elude easy classification. Everything in this film seems to point toward something subversive going on, but if you read Biller's own commentary, it becomes apparent this is exactly what it seems at first glance: an earnest throwback to sixties cinema that is so exacting it even replicates the era's problems with gender essentialism. Biller doesn't subvert any of this because she…